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The Boheme

325 S. Orange Ave. (Jackson St.) Send to Phone
407-581-4700 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Sultry restaurant featuring steaks and chops in an artsy downtown Orlando hotel.
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Breakfast & Dinner daily, Lunch Mon.-Fri., Brunch Sun.
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Dining room at The Boheme, Orlando, FL

The Boheme Restaurant Review

: The Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando prides itself on bringing together high-class and eclectic works of art for its in-house galleries. This artful theme extends to The Boheme restaurant, located just outside of the piano lounge that hosts an Imperial Grand Bösendorfer piano and where guests can enjoy a few drinks at the bar area before dinner as well as live jazz on the weekends. Inside The Boheme, lush red velvet banquettes and white tablecloths set a romantic, sultry vibe. Under chef Laurent Hollaender, the menu has undergone a transformation, with dishes including the signature calamari complemented by a curry and cumin aïoli; coffee-marinated beef medallion steaks; and savory New Zealand rack of lamb served with a goat cheese polenta cake. Pair your meal with any of the fine wines from the restaurant’s extensive cellar.

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The Grand Boheminan is far from being grand.
by jta5 on Fri May 07, 2010 5:21 am
 
I can only comment on this restaurant during a "holiday" visit. For large turnouts the Bohemian sets up an overflow room. If the main room is filled, even if you have reservations you are seated in the overflow. I can not attest to the food in the main room, but if it is like anything in the overflow room, you would be best to take the $60 per person, plus a 20% service charge, and eat it, because it would have to taste better than what was provided. Hot food in warming dishes were not hot, sometimes unrecognizable and tasteless. The two choices at the carving bar, were tough, fatty and cold. The childrens' section consisted of cold chicken tenders and mac and cheese.
 
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